I recently returned from a 5 month backpacking trip through South America.
Here is one photo from Peru of a woman. I quite liked the photo, but unfortunately background was very busy which I found took a lot away from it.
I attempted to replace the background with another photo that I took. I blurred the background to add separation.
I attempted to use some of the quicker, more advance methods that I read about, but I found that I could get the best results using the simple "clear" setting on the paintbrush to erase the top layer.
I find it still looks fake though, I am looking for suggestions on how to improve the photo.
Thanks for any help.
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*Edit* The original photo of the woman, before compressed/resized/flickered is very sharp, although it looks soft here.